Truly, we're brought to the brink on Satan's doorstep and beset by catastrophe (including a real life plague of wasps). Just lots of pain, smiling through it all. Wait a tick, who's this tiny comrade stuck in a bottle out here in the barren waste of the Sea of Flames? What's your family's weird quirk that you probably don't even know is a quirk?
The shift from Mazurka to The Rotting Sea of Flames is one of the truer representations of the old turn of phrase "out of the frying pan, into the fryer" we've ever run across. The game remains much the same, only now everything is protracted needlessly by resource drain, so we've clipped out the hours of lamenting our new situation and left you with some final thoughts on the book, a piece of Brent's truly bizarre fan-theory headcannon of Nickelodeon's live action sitcoms, and a few sojourns into some Extremely 90s videogame music marketing collabs.
Also, a named character from the broader SMT universe finally makes an appearance in-game. Boy howdy. We made it.